In today's fast-paced world, commercial real estate professionals are constantly seeking ways to improve their transaction workflows and enhance efficiency. One area that has gained significant attention is digital transaction management.
Collaboration and communication are crucial elements in any successful business venture, and the world of commercial real estate (CRE) is no exception. Efficiently managing contracts and fostering effective collaboration among stakeholders can make or break a deal.
Contract management is a critical aspect of commercial real estate transactions, involving the creation, execution, and management of various agreements. However, this process can be complex and prone to challenges that can hinder efficiency and introduce risks.
Commercial leasing transactions are all about change. It’s ironic, then, that so many brokers seem to resist change when it comes to their own teams and offices.
The commercial real estate technology space has become a hotbed of innovation across the entire ecosystem and at all stages of the real estate lifecycle. Here are three (and a bonus fourth) Commercial Proptech entrants that we are very excited about. Dealius...
It used to be the case that if it “ain't broke, don’t fix it” made sense. But that no longer holds true in today’s world of continuous innovation and optimization, where individual improvements in the way we do things roll up to create a competitive advantage (and more time for us to spend on the things that matter to us).
I've spoken about cognitive entrenchment before – the notion that “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” and the preference for the familiar ways of doing things – in the context of sticking with analogue ways of doing things.
According to research by McKinsey, the companies that recovered best from the 2008 financial crisis were the ones that got out of the starting gates fastest and came out of survival mode sooner and more assertively. Not only did they recover faster, but this...
Poor Excel. When the history of twentieth and twenty-first-century technology is written, it will probably go down as the most maligned piece of software. The problem isn’t inherent to Excel itself though, quite the contrary.
Steven Jaffe founded Propdocs to create a better way for the commercial real estate industry to create, collaborate, negotiate and sign deals, and in this Q&A we dive deeper into his views on collaboration before, during and beyond the pandemic.